The following meetings are open to medical professionals and will be held via ZOOM. Please see below for details on each meeting and how to register your attendance.
17 SEPTEMBER 2020
Renal Supportive Care SIG
Open to: SIG Members only
Time: 0900 – 1000 (AEST) 1100 - 1200 (NZT)
About: This meeting includes two presentations by the following presenters:
1. Renal Supportive Care - An overview by Dr Kelly Li, Nephrologist and Palliative Care Physician, St George Hospital, Sydney.
2. Symptom Management in Chronic Kidney Disease - focus on uraemia pruritus and taste changes. By Dr Frank Brennan, Palliative Care Physician, St George Hospital, Sydney.
for the ZOOM link to register for this meetingRespiratory Palliative Care SIG
Open to: SIG Members only
Time: 1545 - 1645 (AEST) 1745 - 1845 (NZT)
About: This meeting will allow members to enjoy the opportunity afforded by the conference to come together and share progress on current activities, as well as planning next steps.
18 SEPTEMBER 2020
ANZSPM Aotearoa ABM
Open to: All New Zealand Members of ANZSPM
0830 - 0930 (AEST) 1030 - 1130 (NZT)About:
We welcome all ANZSPM Aotearoa members to join us for our annual catch-up. Though we won’t be truly kanohi ki te kanohi, this will be a great opportunity to find out what the ANZSPM Aotearoa committee have been up to over the last year and how we have been advocating on your behalf. It will also be a chance for you to have a say on who gets elected to the vacant Committee spots and to provide us with feedback to shape our path for the year to come. Register:
for the ZOOM link to register for this meetingAChPM fellows update meeting Open to:
AChPM fellows/members and ANZSPM members onlyTime:
1530 - 1630 (AEST) 1730 - 1730 (NZT)About:
ANZSPM Members are invited to participate in the Fellows update meeting provided by Dr Michelle Gold the President of the Australasian Chapter of Palliative Medicine Committee.Register:
for the ZOOM meeting link
19 SEPTEMBER 2020
Rural & Remote SIGOpen to:
Anyone working in or with an interest in rural and remote palliative medicineTime:
0900 – 1000 (AEST) 1100 - 1200 (NZT)About:
The Rural and Remote special interest group (SIG) will be holding a teleconference meeting on Saturday 19th September at 9am (AEST). The objectives of the R&R SIG are to provide peer support for rural/remote palliative medicine practitioners and to promote and support the development of rural and remote palliative medicine in Australia and New Zealand. The results of a recent survey of members has guided the working group in developing priorities for the next 12months. For those doctors currently working in a rural or remote location OR with an interest in rural or remote palliative care, you are invited to join the virtual meeting during which time we will update on recent activities of the working group and discuss with members how best to provide peer support.Register:
To register for free for this SIG meeting, please click here